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How to Crochet a Puff Flower

I have wanted to try making these puff flowers for a while now. Driving to Florida for spring break gave me the time and opportunity to do so. I typically take crochet projects with me on the road because they are easy to start and stop multiple times. What was I going to make with them? I didn't know. 

Materials:

  • 4.5 crochet hook
  • 3 different colors of cotton yarn

Directions:

To explain the steps to make a puffed flower, it is much easier to show you than write out and follow the instructions. So follow along with the video below.

puff flower
finished puff flower

joined puff flowers
The puff flowers joined together.
They will become a small storage bag or purse, I haven't decided yet.

This post is a part of Creatively Crafty Blog Group's March Craft Challenge. We were challenged to use up our supplies or work from a kit. The yarn I used was from my stash. I worked with cotton yarn but I think acrylic yarn might work better due to its ability to give more than cotton does.

You can visit these talented ladies tutorials at the following links. Please show them a little social media love!

Life Beyond the Kitchen

https://lifebeyondthekitchen.com/learning-how-to-read-a-crochet-chart/

Learning How To Read a Crochet Chart

 

5 Little Monsters

http://www.5littlemonsters.com/2018/03/welcome-spring.html

Welcome Spring

 

Try it - Like it - Create it

http://tryit-likeit.com/entries/create/how-to-crochet-a-puff-flower

How to Crochet a Puff Flower

 

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I've seen those little puff flowers turned into rugs as well, although in my house they wouldn't stay nice for very long. I like the idea of turning them into a tote bag to carry to the beach.



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